Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell - Fan videos

Discussion in 'Past Topics' started by MithLuin, Aug 9, 2017.

  1. MithLuin

    MithLuin Well-Known Member

    I wanted to share some videos that people put together, based on the BBC version of the story. Some are just silly, and others are homemade music videos that kinda fit the story. I thought people might enjoy them. Warning that a few of them might be a tad shippy.

    First, some serious ones:

    Everybody Wants to Rule the World (song by Lorde)

    Thistle and Weeds (song by Mumford and Sons) - Jonathan Strange

    Hunt You Down (song by The Hit House)

    And my personal favorite, GONE (song by Ioanna Gika)

    Remains (song by Bastille) - this one is shippy

    Kill the Lights (song by the Birthday Massacre)

    More of a preview/trailer - All Magicians Lie:

    ...and the less serious

    I'll Just Read a Book Instead (song: Do-Wah-Do by Kate Nash) - Childermass vs Lascelles

    Marry Me (song by Krista Siegrids) - Jonathan Strange

    A collection of various clips - language warning for swearing:

    And another in the same vein (crack video):

    There's more where these came from.
    Last edited: Aug 22, 2017
  2. Sparrow

    Sparrow Hestia of the Hearth

    Wow! - thank you!
  3. MithLuin

    MithLuin Well-Known Member

    These are a bit different, in that they use the images of Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell to tell other stories. Rather clever! Enjoy.

    The Tale of the Three Brothers, from Harry Potter, narrated by Hermione:

    And this one is a Dr. Jekyll/Mr. Hyde one in which Childermass is Mr. Norrell's alter ego/hit man:

    And here is John Segundus as the main character:
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  4. bookishgyrl

    bookishgyrl New Member

    Whoah, this is awesome. Thanks!
    Currently listening to the Mythgard class on this. This is my second read and I am giddy with enjoyment. Not sure if the novel simply insists on a second reading to be thoroughly enjoyed or if I was just not mature enough to really get it when it came out over a decade ago.
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  5. Sparrow

    Sparrow Hestia of the Hearth

    I suspect that it's a "re-read every seven years" book because it's so deliciously complex and layered that there's something to be discovered each time.
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  6. bookishgyrl

    bookishgyrl New Member

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